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Explore the history of this 200-year-old town with local historian Kathleen Villiers-Tuthill. Hear stories of famine, war, religious conflict, street riots and political rallies in the ‘Capital of Connemara’. Kathleen is the author of several books on the history of west County Galway and has a wealth of knowledge about the history and heritage of her native Clifden. No need to book, simply turn up. Tours run every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, from 22nd June to 23rd September (Excluding Saturday 18th September). Start time: 11am and tours last approx. 90 minutes. Adults €10, Children under 15 go free Starting point for all tours is at Station House Hotel & private tours can be available by arrangement.
Clifden Station House, Galway Road, Clifden
Pauline’s hair design is located on Main Street, Clifden and caters for both ladies and gentleman.
Main Street, Clifden, County Galway, Ireland
Here at The Treatment Rooms at Abbeyglen Castle Hotel we have created a place where you can come to relax, unwind and leave the stress of everyday life behind you. Come and indulge yourself with a wide variation of treatments including Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Facials, Body Treatments, Manicures, Pedicures, CND Shellac Nails, HD BROWS, Spray Tan, Waxing, YUMI Lashes, Yumi Brow Lamination and Eyelash Extensions. Whatever your treatment, the therapeutic benefits from ELEMIS will help soothe and restore you.
Abbeyglen Caste Hotel, Sky Road, Clifden, County Galway
One of the many Connemara settings for the iconic 1950’s film “The Quiet Man” starring John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara
Renvyle Castle, a 13th / 14th century tower house facing the Atlantic on Connemara’s northern shore.
Breakthrough Retreat is in the business of transforming lives and in an environment that means you can.
Offering outdoor activities that range from archery and mountain biking to horse drawn carriage rides and many other things besides
Enjoy lake, forest and mountain views from the back of a sturdy Connemara Pony or Irish Sport Horse
Views from the peaks offer an unrivaled panoramic view of the Connemara countryside
Twelve Bens, Connemara
The rocks and pier offer ideal spots for some shore angling when the mackerel shoals are in
An area of great natural beauty at Carraroe (An Ceathru Rua) in the heart of the Connemara Gaeltacht
In the mid-15th century, the Augustinian Friars founded Murrisk Abbey, which became the preferred starting point for pilgrimages up Croagh Patrick.
Murrisk, Westport, Co. Mayo
St. MacDara is very much associated with seafarers and an old tradition had the sailors dipping their sails as they passed the island
Saint Macdaras Island, Carna
One of Ireland’s last great wild and natural areas. A lovely route for walkers, cyclists and drivers to enjoy.
A small restored cottage that was used by Patrick Pearse, leader of the 1916 Rising, as a summer residence.
Omey Strand is one of the largest beaches in the Connemara region, popular with swimmers, walkers and for sightseeing
A tidal island and located just off the coast of Claddaghduff and the Aughrus Peninsula
A picturesque mountain range offering spectacular walking and hiking experiences
Maumean is a mountain pass in Connemara that links the Maum and Inagh Valleys through the Maumturk mountains.